“I see myself helping this team turn things around. Obviously, I’m a part of the reason why we’re in this position, so I’d love to be a part of the solution.”
Geno Smith is going his own way on the coaching issue, which just shows how divided against him the locker room remains.
One more week. One final game. That’s all that might be left in Rex Ryan’s tenure as coach of the Jets, with his future uncertain beyond Sunday’s season finale.
A disappointing season for the New York Jets is winding down, and there was almost a victory over the New England Patriots to help round it out. Unfortunately, coming up “just short” is the way to describe a lot of things this year.
This latest loss to rival New England certainly didn’t make the Jets’ faithful — or coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik — feel any better about their situation.
Jonas Gray scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 1-yard run early in the fourth quarter after the Patriots intercepted Geno Smith, and New England clinched a first-round playoff bye with a 17-16 victory.
WFAN’s Craig Carton says yes. His radio co-host, Boomer Esiason, isn’t so hot on the idea: “You can’t make this happen.”
Forget Mariota. Forget Winston. The Jets won a game in the present, but likely lost out at a shot at a brighter future.
The New York Jets get back on the winning track by beating the Tennessee Titans 16-11.
Many Jets fans want the team to lose the rest of its games so that it can select one of the two stud quarterbacks in next year’s draft. And while that could very well happen, veteran linebacker Calvin Pace doesn’t buy the logic.
To some fans, the Jets’ game at Tennessee on Sunday offers the franchise a chance to lose and have a better shot at that top draft pick — a notion that offends quarterback Geno Smith.
While most of Jets nation is demanding the team make a decisive move for a quarterback in the upcoming NFL draft, its current starter is talking like everything with his game is all sunshine and rainbows.
When Sheldon Richardson was asked how he keeps playing at such a high level while his team is struggling, the 2013 Defensive Rookie of the Year delivered, as usual.
Rex Ryan has faced plenty of calls for his ouster during another trying season for the Jets. After his big gamble in overtime against Minnesota went bust, he’s sure to hear some more.
Gang Green loses a 30-24 heart breaker to the Minnesota Vikings in overtime.